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File AvailableHeuertz, H. 1947 Quelques obsevations morphologiques sur le crane des Rhinocerotides. Archives de l'Institut Grand-Ducal de Luxembourg 17: 65-72
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File AvailableSchouteden, H. 1945 De zoogdieren van Belgisch-Congo en van Ruanda-Urundi, part 2. Annales du Musee Royal du Congo Belge (C/II) 3 (2): 169-332
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I 0/0, C 0/0, Pm 4-3/4-3, M 3/3.
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File AvailableCarter, T.D.; Hill, J.E. 1942 Notes on the lesser one-horned rhinoceros, Rhinoceros sondaicus, 1. A skull of Rhinoceros sondaicus in the American Museum of Natural History. American Museum Novitates 1206: 1-3, pl. 1
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Javan Rhino
While comparing skulls of Recent Indian rhinoceroses with skeletal remains of a fossil Chinese rhinoceros, Dr. E. H. Colbert discovered a skull that did not belong to the species R. unicornis, although it was so labeled and had been purchased as such. The molar teeth with anterolateral buttresse...
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File AvailableDollman, J.G. 1921 Catalogue of the Selous collection of big game in the British Museum (Natural History). London, Trustees of the British Museum., pp. i-vii, 1-112
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Black Rhino
seven cheek-teeth on each side, the first premolar remaining throughout life.
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File AvailableChapman, A. 1921 Savage Sudan: its wild tribes, big-game and bird-life. London and Edinburgh, Gurney and Jackson, pp. i-xx, 1-452
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In the skull of the white rhino there occurs immediately in front of the eye a sort of double bony projection which entirely prevents its seeing straight ahead. This is much less pronounced in R. bicornis.
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File AvailableLydekker, R. 1907 The game animals of India, Burma, and Tibet, being a new and revised edition of 'The great and small game of India, Burma, and Tibet'. London, Rowland Ward, pp. i-xv, 1-409
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The Indian rhinoceros usually has one pair of upper and two of lower incisors; the outermost pair of' the latter being large, tusk-like, and projecting from the angles of the lower jaw, so as to make formidable weapons of offence. The cheek-teeth are characterised by their flat plane of wear and...
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File AvailableLydekker, R. 1907 The game animals of India, Burma, and Tibet, being a new and revised edition of 'The great and small game of India, Burma, and Tibet'. London, Rowland Ward, pp. i-xv, 1-409
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The cheek-teeth, however, although numerically the same as in the Indian rhinoceros, show a simpler pattern, while their crowns wear into ridges instead of a uniformly flat plane. This may be taken to indicate that the present species feeds chiefly upon twigs and leaves.
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File AvailableKampen, P.N. van 1905 Die Tympanalgegend des Saugetierschadels. Morphologisches Jahrbuch 34: 321-722, figs. 1-96
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Wall of the middle ear (Paukenh?hle). In an adult, but not old skull of Rhinoceros sumatrensis I found the wall of the middle ear constructed as follows (figs. 61, 62). The small Tympanicum, which is only connected to the long Processus Folii, is very uneven in form. It forms the side-wall of ...
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File AvailableWeber, M. 1904 Die Saugetiere: Einfuhrung in die Anatomie und Systematik der recenten und fossilen Mammalia. Jena, Gustav Fischer, pp. i-xii, 1-806
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genus Dicerorhinus: Processus postglenoideus and posttympanicus separated. Nasalia small, pointed in front. Genus Rhinoceros: Processus postglenoideus and posttympanicus not separated. Nasalia pointed in front. Genus Diceros: Processus postglenoideus and posttympanicus partly separated. Na...
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File AvailableWeber, M. 1904 Die Saugetiere: Einfuhrung in die Anatomie und Systematik der recenten und fossilen Mammalia. Jena, Gustav Fischer, pp. i-xii, 1-806
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Sumatran Rhino
I 1/0, C 0/1, the lateral upper and medial lower incisors are the most obvious.
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